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Thinking Ahead

It’s all very well to decide you would like some type of green in an urban development – but what to do when your project faces north and is bang on the street?

A common problem with developments in the city – especially in industrial areas – is the separation, or after-thought, given to landscape architecture. Trying to fit residential dwellings into tight spaces will see the consideration for landscaping

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